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The congressional House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol held its first prime-time televised hearing on Thursday evening. Dismissed by critics as show trials, these hearings may test the medium’s ability to capture the nation’s attention.
It’s shaped politics, government and culture throughout our history. Schools may not be teaching critical race theory as such, but today’s students — tomorrow’s leaders — need to explore why these disparities continue to exist.
At issue is the right to carry handguns in public, not just keep them at home. The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Nov. 3.
Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin signed an executive order that bans vaccine passports and mandatory COVID testing in schools while Gov. Little was visiting the southern border. Was that within her constitutional power?
A recent Supreme Court ruling in a California case affirms that every American should have the right to make political donations without fearing violence or persecution.